It seems the feud between Soulja Boy and Chris Brown will be ending with physical blows between the musicians. Although the Crank That rapper officially apologized for his part in the crazzzzzzy beef with C.Breezy, the duo are now scheduled to face off against each other in a celebrity boxing match. No joke!
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The No Air artist first confirmed the fight, as he took to Instagram on Wednesday and shared:
It seems as though Britney Spears may be having more than one Slumber Party (sorry we HAD to) with the costar from her steamy vid with Tinashe. Why do we think this? Well, recently, the Toxic singer was spotted getting pretty cozy with video hunk Sam Asghari in one pic on Instagram.
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While the photo has since disappeared from Asghari's IG account, we thankfully snagged a screenshot of the snap (below).
There's no denying Blake Lively is one of Hollywood's most stunning beauties.
However, it's taken a lot of hard work for the blonde to look this good — especially since she's juggling a career and motherhood. In an interview with E! News, Ryan Reynolds' wife revealed she had to intensively train to get into shape following the birth of her child James as she was slated to film her new thriller, The Shallows.
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As you may know, in The Shallows, Miz Lively plays a surfer who gets put through physical and emotional turmoil while fighting off a killer shark. So how EXACTLY did the Gossip Girl alum get so fit only eight months after giving birth?
The 28-year-old explained:
Unlike the film industry, television prides itself in creating diverse and compelling storytelling these days.
But some networks are being called out for not stepping up to the diversity plate — specifically CBS, whose new ordered shows for the fall are exclusively starring white male actors.
The network's new fall schedule will include Bull starring Michael Weatherly; Kevin Can Wait starring Kevin James; The Great Indoors starring Joel McHale; Man With a Plan starring Matt LeBlanc; Pure Genius starring Augustus Prew and Dermot Mulroney; and MacGyver starring Lucas Till and George Eads.
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Despite getting heat for an obviously macho lineup, the network's new entertainment head Glenn Geller defended the network's fall schedule during CBS's upfronts on Wednesday, telling reporters: